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Professor Dum Dum, scientist of music, performs experiments in music and human behaviour. Living, breathing volunteers subject themselves to his verbal vivisection, helping all to understand what laymen call "absurdity." (Visit homepage.)

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Options January 17, 2010

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Artist Track Album Label Comments
Carcass  Reek of Putrefaction   Options Symphonies of Sic  Earache   
King Diamond  Mother's Getting Weaker   Options Them  Roadrunner Records   
Coph Nia  Fire   Options The Dark Illuminati  Cold Meart Industry   
Warrel Dane  Your Chosen Misery   Options Praises to the War Machine  Century Media Records   
Death  Genetic Reconstruction   Options Spiritual Healing  Combat   
Ween  Push the Little Daisies   Options Total Guava  Elektra   
Candlemass  A Cry From the Crypt   Options Ancient Dreams  Powerline Records   
Psychodelic Furs  president Gas   Options Forever Now  CBS Records   
Warcry  Wicked Warlock   Options demo  n/a   
Mercyful Fate  Devil Eyes   Options The Beginning  Roadrunner   
Immolation  Track 7   Options The new Album that is not called "The New Album"  Nuclear Blast   
Parzival  Peitche Des Gottes   Options Deus Nobiscum  Liberte   
The Wicked  The Prophesied One   Options For Theirs  Spikefarm Records   
David Bowie  Scream Like a Baby   Options Scary Monsters  Ryko   
Mercyful Fate  Burning the Cross   Options Return of the Vampire  Roadrunner   
Tristitia  Final Lament   Options Crucidiction  Holy Records   
Terry jacks  Seasons in the Sun   Options Best Of  RCA   
Dimmu Borgir  Progenies of the Great Apocalypse   Options Death Cult Armageddon  Nuclear Blast   
Void of Silence  Daemons From My Imagination   Options Toward the Dusk  Nocturnal Music   
Anathema  Sleep in Sanity   Options Serenades  Peaceville   
Nevermore  Forever   Options Dreaming Neon Black  Century Media Records   
Thy Serpent  Wounds of Death   Options Death  Spikefarm   
Paradise Lost  Weeping Words   Options Icon  Metal Blade   
AS Divine Grace  In Low Spirits   Options Lumo  Avantgarde Music   
Battlesoul  Dance of Vengeance   Options s/t  n/a  www.myspace.com/battlesoulmetal 
Rain Fell Within  Alone   Options Believe  Dark Symphonies   

Listener comments!

  Sun. 1/17/10 12:07am Walden:

Welcome Back to our Homes Professor!!! Good to hear you again.as always,been lookin forward to my weekly dose of Satanic Savvy.
  Sun. 1/17/10 1:05am Walden:

Krisiun is Great live.I caught them W/ Behemoth & Morbid Angel in Atlana.
  Sun. 1/17/10 1:22am Walden:

Damn it....I was dailin the Number!!!
  Sun. 1/17/10 1:24am ?:

The demon inside me grows stronger, I can HEAR it!!
  Sun. 1/17/10 1:26am (mta) Tony:

Prof., the best remedy to feeling ill while at work is to have sex while you're there. Whatever's wrong with you will miraculously disappear. My daddy passed that tidbit down to me from years ago and it always worked. Who can help the prof? Anyone else ever hear of this instant remedy for anything?
  Sun. 1/17/10 1:43am ?:

I fear I soon will lose control of body and soul.
  Sun. 1/17/10 1:53am Seattle Cynic:

To keep Jesus out of your house, get a marxist for a girlfriend
  Sun. 1/17/10 1:55am (mta) Tony:

I think the prof. is handling his callers this morning very well. That was a great segue with your joke "nano-your business." THAT was a good one!
  Sun. 1/17/10 1:59am (mta) Tony:

I want to know what makes up the center of Jupiter!! Please tell me/us!!!
  Sun. 1/17/10 2:01am (mta) Tony:

Sounds like you cured your illness with that last drink. What were the ingredients?
  Sun. 1/17/10 2:12am (mta) Tony:

You can try, "Banging in the Nails" by The Tiger Lillies on their Brothel to the Cemetery album. Unfortunately, although it is in accordance with your request, it's only 2:16 long. If you're not familiar with the tune, you ought to check it out; maybe you can figure out how to make it work, Prof. No disrespect intended.
  Sun. 1/17/10 2:53am Satan:

Great show........See you next week
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